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CS Residence Transitional Living Room, Sydney

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Thomas Dalhoff
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Transitional open concept living room in Sydney with grey walls, light hardwood floors, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace surround. — Houzz

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egannon50 wrote:
Teal wall colour - What is the teal paint colour please.
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Karen Aston Design

Hello, thank you for your question. This colour is by Dulux called Jimbaran Bay, code P32A7. Regards, Karen.

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Sugar wrote:
Color Scheme - I love this muted Aqua colour scheme. Where I buy the ornaments/ vases used in this scheme?
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Karen Aston Design

Hello, thank you for the question. These items were purchased last year via a trade supplier to the interior design industry and unfortunately they no longer carry this line. I would suggest looking at retail suppliers such as West El,m, http://www.westelm.com.au/vases-botanicals-we-au and Orson and Blake, http://www.orsonandblake.com.au/2-2_online-store.htm Good Luck! Regards, Karen.

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Miki wrote:
Where are the lights from , please?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Anne Ellard Design added this to Decorating With Tertiary Colours
Pair it with: To create a tranquil and relaxed living space, combine teal with natural timbers, tan leathers and dove grey textiles.Living room colour couples
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Tip: Keep a keen eye out at your local charity store or secondhand market – you might just pick up a mid-century gem that can be given a completely new look with some sanding and a fresh coat of paint.Tell usIf you enjoyed this story, like it, bookmark it, save the photos and share your thoughts below. Join the conversation.MoreBrowse ideas used in other compact spaces
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What Houzzers are commenting on:

Paul Marano added this to Features
Stone fireplace- use different stone
Shana Boyd added this to paint colors
i like the blue wall and the pillows with same color

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